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28th May 1999 at 01:00
"Romanists" are not expected to rely on chocolates, at least according to the Free Presbyterians. We are grateful to their young people's magazine for revealing the depth of cheating during exams. Apparently "some Roman Catholic students have written useful information on the back of their communication wafers, which they are allowed to take into examination halls 'as a source of spiritual and physical sustenance'."

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